Bonding (White Fillings)

Bonding (White Fillings)

Teeth bonding can correct minor dental flaws in one quick and easy procedure. It is sometimes used instead of porcelain veneers. Today’s bonding is tooth colored and produces beautiful results...

Teeth bonding can correct minor dental flaws in one quick and easy procedure. It is sometimes used instead of porcelain veneers. Today’s bonding is tooth colored and produces beautiful results. It can be used to fill small holes, seal and protect your teeth, and to correct cosmetic flaws.

What is bonding?

Bonding refers to the substance used and to the procedure itself. Bonding material is a tooth colored paste. Your cosmetic dentist applies the bonding and shapes it while it is still soft. It can be sculpted and more can be added until just the right shape is achieved. Then it is hardened with a special light.

 

What is bonding used for?

Bonding can be used to create small, tooth-colored fillings for cavities.

Cracks and tooth erosion can be covered and sealed. Cracks and erosion can cause pain and sensitivity, tooth decay, and discoloration. Bonding restores the beauty and comfort of your smile, while protecting your teeth from further damage.

Bonding can be used to cover correct the look of small chips. Small gaps betwixt your teeth can be filled by building up the surrounding teeth to close the gap.

The look of crooked and misshapen teeth can be corrected with bonding, by sculpting a new shape onto your teeth.

Discoloration that is resistant to whitening can be covered.